Collision Sensors Protect Robots, Molds and Parts

A new line of robot collision sensors that prevent damage to the robot as well as parts and molds is new from SAS Automation, LLC, Xenia, Ohio.

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A new line of robot collision sensors that prevent damage to the robot as well as parts and molds is new from SAS Automation, LLC, Xenia, Ohio. The sensor sends a signal to stop the robot when it detects an obstacle. SAS End-Of-Arm-Tooling junction boxes simplify installing collision sensors on the production floor. The new sensors come in different configurations for high-speed and other robots. While most of the sensors are pneumatic, a spring-loaded version can be used when compressed air is not available. (937) 372-5255 • www.sas-automation.com

SAS Automation, LLC
1200 S Patton St. Xenia, OH 45385
Phone (937) 372-5255 Fax (937) 372-5555 

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